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“This life is what you make it. No matter what, you are going to mess it up sometimes, it’s a universal truth. But the good part is you get to decide how you’re going to mess it up… So keep your head high, keep your chin up, and most importantly, keep smiling, because life’s a beautiful thing and there’s so much to smile about.” – Marilyn Monroe

Mara Hoffman Spring 2013

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So I just need to say that at this point in the afternoon, my camera battery had died (yes, MY CAMERA BATTERY DIED AND THE CHARGER WAS IN DC). Moving on. I still utterly enjoyed the Mara Hoffman show, as I knew I would. With an “Aloha” theme – complete with ukulele players and palm . . . → Read More: Mara Hoffman Spring 2013

Jill Stuart Spring 2013

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Saturday was by far my craziest day while at New York Fashion Week – I managed to make it to five shows back-to-back, and would have made it to six had I been able to find the venue for Edun (this was the single most devastating thing to happen to me while I was in . . . → Read More: Jill Stuart Spring 2013

Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2013

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Rebecca Minkoff was one of my favorite shows last season, so after Noon by Noor, I couldn’t wait to see the spring collection. As it did in February, the show opened with a live performance (catch the whole show here) – this time, indie group Tennis (they’re really good – you can listen and download a couple . . . → Read More: Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2013

Noon by Noor Spring 2013

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On Friday morning (my 4th day in NYC), after getting a bit of sleep post-FNO and stopping by the Danielle Nicole showroom (post coming soon!), I made my way to Lincoln Center for the Noon by Noor show. The Bahrianian designers Shaikha Noor Al Khalifa and Shaikha Haya Al Khalifa actually studied fashion in the DC . . . → Read More: Noon by Noor Spring 2013

Tadashi Shoji Spring 2013

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After the BCBG show and a quick break for some food (break? food? how did I get so lucky?) it was off to the Tadashi Shoji show, where the designer took us on a “journey along the Modern Silk Road.” The collection started with lots of embroidered lace dresses in rich blues, reds and black – . . . → Read More: Tadashi Shoji Spring 2013